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As part of your membership, we’ve prepared this daily briefing on everything affecting the future of our coasts and waterways. 

02 Dec: AI mathematician and a planetary diet — the week in infographics

Nature, Published online: 03 December 2021; doi:10.1038/d41586-021-03612-1 Nature highlights three key infographics from the week in science and research. This post was originally published on this site

03 Dec: As Arctic Sea Ice Melts, Killer Whales Are Moving In

https://static.scientificamerican.com/sciam/cache/file/138477CF-6DA6-4C4B-91017155C7EF1895_source.jpgUnderwater recorders have picked up the sounds of orcas in places they haven’t previously been detected — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com This post was originally published on this…

03 Dec: Earth911 Inspiration: How Can I Help the World Today?

Today’s Earth911 inspiration is from American environmental activist Julia Butterfly Hill: “I wake up in… The post Earth911 Inspiration: How Can I Help the World Today? appeared first…

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When it comes to protecting our waterways and oceans, one of the worst things people can do is believe that their actions don’t matter. Sometimes, it’s easy to understand how people can feel this way when the problems we’re facing are so large, or seem so far away.

An article in Beverage Industry reported that in 2020 sports drink sales in the U.S. alone were more than $7 billion. When you factor in that the major sports drink brands are sold in more than 80 countries worldwide, that equates to a lot of single-use plastic bottles that have the potential to end up in waterways and oceans.

https://static.scientificamerican.com/sciam/cache/file/138477CF-6DA6-4C4B-91017155C7EF1895_source.jpgUnderwater recorders have picked up the sounds of orcas in places they haven’t previously been detected — Read more on ScientificAmerican.com This post was originally published on this…

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